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[audio]Remembering Sunrise Mine and It's Community: Portrait of a Company Town - Sue Castaneda
The Wyoming State Museum's February 2010 lecture -- Mary Humstone and Sophia Beck of the University of Wyoming American Studies Program, present a history of the Sunrise Mine and it's community, touching upon issues including the economic and social impact of Sunrise Mine, the role of Sunrise as an exemplary community town, living conditions and daily life in Sunrise along with ethnic relations.
Keywords: Wyoming State Museum; Sunrise Mine; Wyoming history; Mary Humstone; Sophia Beck; Arts Parks History; Wyoming's Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources; Sue Castaneda; Guernsey; Hartville; Wyoming Humanities Council
Downloads: 53
[audio]Governor Geringer Part 8 - Sue Castaneda
A 10-part oral history of Wyoming's former governor Jim Geringer (1995-2003). In part 8, Governor Geringer discusses his role in creating the Western Governor's University and his definition of the "New Economy." Interviewed by historian Mark Junge, produced by Sue Castaneda for the Wyoming State Archives (Wyoming's Dept. of State Parks and Cultural Resources) and funded courtesy of the Wyoming Humanities Council.
Keywords: Jim Geringer; James Geringer; Governor Geringer; Governor Jim Geringer; Sherri Geringer; Wyoming Governors; Wyoming History; Wyoming State Archives; Sue Castaneda; Mark Junge; Wyoming's Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources; Wyoming Humanities Council
Downloads: 10
[audio]Dr. Willie Black - The Black 14, Part 1 - Sue Castaneda
It has been four decades since 14 African-American players were kicked off the Cowboys' football team after requesting to wear black armbands during a game against Brigham Young University in protest of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' ban on African-American followers becoming priests. Dr. Willie Black was then Chancellor of the Black Student Alliance in 1969. Interviewed by Wyoming oral historian Mark Junge...
Keywords: Dr. Willie Black; Willie Black; the Black 14; University of Wyoming football; University of Wyoming; Wyoming Cowboys; racism; freedom of speech; freedom of religion; Lloyd Eaton; University of Wyoming sports; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints; LDS; mormons; Wyoming history; Wyoming State Archives; Wyoming's Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources; Mark Junge
Downloads: 43
[audio]Cliff Hansen Part 1 - Sue Castaneda
Clifford P. Hansen was a Jackson Hole cattle rancher who became Wyoming's governor and then served two terms as a U.S. senator. He served as governor from 1963 to 1967, when he went to Washington after defeating Teno Roncalio, Wyoming's sole congressman and a Democrat, in a bid for the Senate. As a senator, Mr. Hansen sat on the Finance and Veterans Affairs committees and was a ranking member of the Natural Resources committee...
Keywords: Sue; Castaneda; Mark Junge; Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund; Clifford P. Hansen; Cliff Hansen; Governor Hansen; Senator Hansen; Wyoming Governors; Wyoming Senators; Wyoming history; Martha Hansen; Jackson Hole; Yellowstone National Park
Downloads: 17
[texts]Transcript Black 14 Radio Halftime Discussion - Sue Castaneda
Transcript of a radio interview between Wyoming sports announcer Gene Benson and Casper Star Tribune sports editor Chuck Harkins regarding the University of Wyoming Black 14 football team incident of October, 1969.  It was recorded at halftime during the game of University of Wyoming vs. San Jose State.  It is produced by the Wyoming State Archives -- Wyoming's Department of State Parks and  Cultural Resources.
Keywords: Black 14; Black 14 football team; University of Wyoming; Gene Benson; Casper Star Tribune; Chuck Harkins; Lloyd Eaton; Laramie Wyoming; Wyoming State Archives
Downloads: 4
[texts]Transcript: The Matthew Shepard Murder: Rulon Stacey, CEO Poudre Valley Hospital - Sue Castaneda
The following is a transcript of the oral history focusing on the 1998 death of Matthew Shepard, a gay University of Wyoming student who was murdered by Aaron McKinney and Russell Henderson. This interview features Rulon Stacey, CEO of Poudre Valley Hospital, Fort Collins, Colorado. The interview is produced for the Wyoming State Archives by Sue Castaneda. The interviewer is Wyoming historian Mark Junge...
Keywords: Matthew Shepard; Jim Osborn; LGBT; gay lesbian issues; Wyoming State Archives; Wyoming history; Wyoming crime; Mark Junge; Rulon Stacey
Downloads: 35
[audio]Cokeville Elementary School Bombing - Leakae Roberts Weston - Sue Castaneda
On May 16, 1986, a time when terrorism was almost unknown on U.S. soil, David and Doris Young entered the elementary school in the tiny rural town of Cokeville, Wyoming with guns and a homemade bomb. They took everyone in the school hostage and demanded a ransom of more than three hundred million dollars. As the afternoon dragged on and the gas fumes from the bomb sickened the 154 people crammed into the small classroom, the teachers and other adults did their best to comfort and distract the ch...
Keywords: Cokeville; Wyoming; Cokeville Elementary School Bombing; Cokeville; LeaKae Roberts; LeaKae Roberts Weston; miracles; David Young; Doris Young; Wyoming history; Wyoming State Archives; Mark Junge; Sue Castaneda
Downloads: 23
[audio]Wyoming Senator Malcolm Wallop Memorial Service - Sue Castaneda
Memorial Service for former Senator Malcolm Wallop includes former Senator Alan K. Simpson and Wyoming Governor Matt Mead. Biography - Malcolm Wallop was born in New York, graduated from the Cate School in Santa Barbara, California, and attended Yale University, where he was a member of St. Anthony Hall. His roots in Wyoming stemmed back to pioneer ancestors in Big Horn. After his graduation from Yale in 1954, Wallop served in the U.S...
Keywords: Malcolm Wallop; Alan Simpson; Matt Mead; Senator Malcolm Wallop; Governor Matt Mead; Wyoming history; Wyoming politics
Downloads: 25
[audio]Wyoming Presents "Arts in Crisis: A Kennedy Center Initiative 50 State Tour"- Featuring President Michael M. Kaiser - Sue Castaneda
Arts in Crisis A Kennedy Center Initiative Arts in Crisis: A Kennedy Center Initiative is a program designed to provide planning assistance and consulting to struggling arts organizations throughout the United States. Open to non-profit 501(c)(3) presenting and producing performing arts organizations, the program will provide counsel from Kennedy Center President Michael Kaiser, Kennedy Center executive staff, and approved mentors in the areas of fundraising, building more effective Boards of Tr...
Keywords: Michael M. Kaiser; Michael Kaiser; Arts in Crisis; Kennedy Center Initiative; Wyoming Arts Council; Wyoming Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources; arts; Nicolaysen Arts Museum; Wyoming Arts Alliance; Sue Castaneda
Downloads: 14
[audio]Governor Geringer Part 9 - Sue Castaneda
A 10-part oral history of Wyoming's former governor Jim Geringer (1995-2003) In part 9, Governor Geringer discusses the current healthcare crisis, social issues such as the Matthew Shepard case and gay rights as well as his opinion of the problems he sees President Obama facing with a majority House and Senate. Interviewed by historian Mark Junge, produced by Sue Castaneda for the Wyoming State Archives (Wyoming's Dept...
Keywords: Jim Geringer; James Geringer; Governor Geringer; Governor Jim Geringer; Sherri Geringer; Wyoming Governors; Wyoming History; Wyoming State Archives; Sue Castaneda; Mark Junge; Wyoming's Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources; Wyoming Humanities Council
Downloads: 19
[audio]Governor Matt Mead on Grandfather's Inspiration - Sue Castaneda
As the King's Speech wins Best Picture of 2011, this from the soundfiles of the Wyoming State Archives. Former Governor and Senator Cliff Hansen -who is also notably the grandfather of current Wyoming Governor Matt Mead -- was sent home by his teacher as a young boy with a note that said he was "uneducable." Why? Because he stuttered. Undeterred, his parents young Hansen help through Ben Bogue-Founder of the Bogue Institute for Stammerers...
Keywords: King's Speech; Governor Matt Mead; Governor Cliff Hansen; stuttering; stammering; Wyoming History; Wyoming State Archives; wyoming politics; succeeding; overcoming adversity
Downloads: 23
[audio]Governor Geringer Part 5 - Sue Castaneda
A 10-part oral history of Wyoming's former governor Jim Geringer (1995-2003). In part 5, Governor Geringer discusses the invention of the Internet and his vision for Wyoming's "technologically connected future" and his relationship to state agency heads. Interviewed by historian Mark Junge, produced by Sue Castaneda for the Wyoming State Archives (Wyoming's Dept. of State Parks and Cultural Resources) and funded courtesy of the Wyoming Humanities Council.
Keywords: Jim Geringer; James Geringer; Governor Geringer; Governor Jim Geringer; Sherri Geringer; Wyoming Governors; Wyoming History; Wyoming State Archives; Sue Castaneda; Mark Junge; Wyoming's Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources; Wyoming Humanities Council
Downloads: 11
[audio]Honorable Joseph Meyer - Oral History Part 1 - Sue Castaneda
The following interview is part one of a three-part oral history series with the Honorable Joseph âJoeâ Meyer. Meyer served as Wyomingâs Attorney General from 1986-1995. He was elected to serve as Secretary of State for two terms 1999-2007. He became the State Treasurer for Wyoming beginning in 2007 and served until the time of his death in October of 2012. This interview was recorded in April of 2011 by the Wyoming State Archives...
Keywords: Joseph Meyer; Joe Meyer; State Treasurer Joe Meyer; State Treasurer; Wyoming history; Wyoming State Government; Wyoming State Archives; Mark Hopkinson; Mike Sullivan
Downloads: 7
[texts]Transcript: The Matthew Shepard Murder: Jim Osborn - Sue Castaneda
The following is a transcript of the oral history focusing on the 1998 death of Matthew Shepard, a gay University of Wyoming student who was murdered by Aaron McKinney and Russell Henderson. This interview features Jim Osborn, friend of Matthew Shepard's and former president of the University of Wyoming LGBT support group. The interview is produced for the Wyoming State Archives by Sue Castaneda. The interviewer is Wyoming historian Mark Junge...
Keywords: Matthew Shepard; Jim Osborn; LGBT; gay lesbian issues; Wyoming State Archives; Wyoming history; Wyoming crime; Mark Junge
Downloads: 25
[audio]Governor Geringer Part 7 - Sue Castaneda
A 10-part oral history of Wyoming's former governor Jim Geringer (1995-2003). In part 7, Governor Geringer discusses Wyoming's water rights issues, the No Child Left Behind mandate and Wyoming's educational system. Interviewed by historian Mark Junge, produced by Sue Castaneda for the Wyoming State Archives (Wyoming's Dept. of State Parks and Cultural Resources) and funded courtesy of the Wyoming Humanities Council.
Keywords: Jim Geringer; James Geringer; Governor Geringer; Governor Jim Geringer; Sherri Geringer; Wyoming Governors; Wyoming History; Wyoming State Archives; Sue Castaneda; Mark Junge; Wyoming's Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources; Wyoming Humanities Council
Downloads: 12
[audio]Honorable Joseph Meyer - Wyoming State Treasurer Memorial Service - Wyoming Governors Mike Sullivan and Dave Freudenthal - Sue Castaneda
Joseph "Joe" Meyer was born April 22, 1941 to Mel and LeOna Meyer in Casper, Wyoming. He graduated from Natrona County High School and attended the University of Wyoming earning an undergraduate degree in math and chemistry and his Juris Doctorate from the College of Law. He was his family's fist generation college graduate. While in college, he met his future wife, Mary Orr, a Sheridan native. They were married on September, 3, 1966 in Sheridan...
Keywords: Joseph Meyer; Joe Meyer; State Treasurer Joe Meyer; State Treasurer; Wyoming history; Wyoming State Government; Wyoming State Archives; Governor Mike Sullivan; Governor Michael Sullivan; Governor Dave Freudenthal; Gov. Dave; Wyoming Governors; Jimmy Orr
Downloads: 16
[texts]How Are You Doing in Vietnam Transcript - Sue Castaneda
An Army pilot from Douglas, Wyoming is sent to Vietnam in 1967 leaving behind a wife and three young children. Capt. William B. Graves buys a tape recorder and sends audio tapes back to his family. As well, they record tapes of their own and send them to him.
Keywords: Vietnam; Army; Vietnam war; Capt. William B. Graves; Capt. Graves; Wyoming; Wyoming history
Downloads: 93
[audio]Governor MIke Sullivan 1992 State of the State Speech - Sue Castaneda
Wyoming Governor Mike Sullivan gives his State of the State speech to the State Legislature.
Keywords: Mike Sullivan; Governor Mike Sullivan; Wyoming Governors; Wyoming history; state of the state speech; Wyoming State Archives; Mark Junge; Sue Castaneda
Downloads: 5
[audio]Governor Matt Mead 2011 State of the State Address - Sue Castaneda
Wyoming Governor Matt Mead addresses the members of the State Legislature in his second "State of the State" address. January 12, 2011, Wyoming State Capitol.
Keywords: Governor Matt Mead; Governor Mead; Governor Matthew Mead; Wyoming Governors; Wyoming history; state-of-the-state; Wyoming State Archives; Wyoming State Legislature
Downloads: 14
[audio]John "Jake" Pfisterer, Bondurant, Wyoming - Sue Castaneda
Wyoming rancher John "Jake" Pfisterer talks about his life and memories in the Hoback Basin - now called Bondurant. This interview was recorded in approximately the mid-1980's.
Keywords: John Pfisterer; Jake Pfisterer; Wyoming ranchers; Wyoming State Archives, Bondurant-Wyoming; Wyoming-History
Downloads: 23
[audio]Wyoming's First Lady, Jane Metzler Sullivan - Part 2 - Sue Castaneda
Part 2 -- An oral history with First Lady Jane Metzler Sullivan, wife of Governor Mike Sulllivan (Wyoming's 29th Governor 1987-1995. She is interviewed by Wyoming oral historian Mark Junge for the Wyoming State Archives, the Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources.
Keywords: Wyoming; Jane Sullivan; Jane Metzler Sullivan; Mike Sullivan; Governor Mike Sullivan; Governor Michael J. Sullivan; Wyoming First Ladies; Wyoming Governors; Wyoming history; Sue Castaneda; Mark Junge; first ladies
Downloads: 9
[audio]Early Days in Hartville, Wyoming - Remembrances of Larry Birleffi - Sue Castaneda
Larry Birleffi, the original "Voice of the Wyoming Cowboys" remembers growing up in Hartville, Wyoming. He is interviewed by Mark Junge for the Wyoming State Archives.
Keywords: Wyoming State Archives; Wyoming History; Hartville Wyoming; Hartville; Sunrise Mines, Wyoming mining, mining towns, Larry Birleffi; Mark Junge; Sue Castaneda
Downloads: 33
[audio]Kenny Sailors, Jump Shot Hero Part 1 - Sue Castaneda
Kenneth L. Sailors, was notable for popularizing the jump shot as an alternative to the two-handed, flat-footed set shot.. He grew up on a farm south of Hillsdale, Wyoming, where he developed his effective jump shot while playing against his 6'4" older brother Bud. He eventually brought his skills to the University of Wyoming, and in 1943 he led the Cowboys to the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship...
Keywords: Ken Sailors; Kenny Sailors; basketball; jump shots; Jump Shot Hero; University of Wyoming; Cleveland Rebels; Chicago Stags; Philadelphia Warriors; Providence Steamrollers; Denver Nuggets; Boston Celtics; Baltimore Bullets; Wyoming Cowboys; Mark Junge; Wyoming State Archives; Sue Castaneda
Downloads: 32
[audio]Cokeville Elementary School Bombing - Carol Petersen - Sue Castaneda
On May 16, 1986, a time when terrorism was almost unknown on U.S. soil, David and Doris Young entered the elementary school in the tiny rural town of Cokeville, Wyoming with guns and a homemade bomb. They took everyone in the school hostage and demanded a ransom of more than three hundred million dollars. As the afternoon dragged on and the gas fumes from the bomb sickened the 154 people crammed into the small classroom, the teachers and other adults did their best to comfort and distract the ch...
Keywords: Cokeville; Wyoming; Cokeville Elementary School Bombing; Cokeville; Carol Petersen; miracles; David Young; Doris Young; Wyoming history; Wyoming State Archives; Mark Junge; Sue Castaneda
Downloads: 20
[audio]Jim Fitzgerald, Defense Attorney, on Mike HIckey and Mark Hopkinson - Sue Castaneda
Jim Fitzgerald, Defense Attorney for Mike Hickey (acquitted in trial and eventually confessed to four murders in Wyoming) discusses the case and Hickey's association with Mark Hopkinson -- the last man executed by the State of Wyoming.  This interview is produced by Sue Castaneda for the Wyoming State Archives. The interviewer is Wyoming historian Mark Junge.  It is funded by the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund. 
Keywords: Jim Fitzgerald; James Fitzgerald; Wyoming history; Wyoming crime; Mike Hickey; Mark Hopkinson; Sue Castaneda; Mark Junge; Wyoming State Archives
Downloads: 2
[audio]The Black 14 - Interview with Judge James Barrett - Sue Castaneda
It has been four decades since 14 African-American players were kicked off the University of Wyoming football team after requesting to wear black armbands during a game against Brigham Young University in protest of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' ban on African-American followers becoming priests. In this oral history with Judge James Barrett, who was then Wyoming's Attorney General, Barrett shares his recollections and thoughts on the event...
Keywords: Black 14; University of Wyoming; Wyoming Cowboys; LDS; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints; racial discrimination; african-americans; lloyd eaton; judge james barrett; wyoming history; wyoming state archives; mark junge
Downloads: 52
[audio]Dr. Willie Black - The Black 14 - Part 2 - Sue Castaneda
It has been four decades since 14 African-American players were kicked off the Cowboys' football team after requesting to wear black armbands during a game against Brigham Young University in protest of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' ban on African-American followers becoming priests. Interviewed by Wyoming oral historian Mark Junge. Produced by Sue Castaneda for the Wyoming State Archive, Wyoming's Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources.
Keywords: Dr. Willie Black; Willie Black; the Black 14; University of Wyoming football; University of Wyoming; Wyoming Cowboys; racism; freedom of speech; freedom of religion; Lloyd Eaton; University of Wyoming sports; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints; LDS; mormons; Wyoming history; Wyoming State Archives; Wyoming's Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources; Mark Junge
Downloads: 25
[audio]Governor Geringer Part 10 - Sue Castaneda
A 10-part oral history of Wyoming's former governor Jim Geringer (1995-2003). In this final installment, Governor Geringer discusses his relationships with the Wyoming Heritage Society, state agencies and employee associations, the media and the military. As well, Junge asks him what he considers to be his greatest accomplishments and failures. Interviewed by historian Mark Junge, produced by Sue Castaneda for the Wyoming State Archives (Wyoming's Dept...
Keywords: Jim Geringer; James Geringer; Governor Geringer; Governor Jim Geringer; Sherri Geringer; Wyoming Governors; Wyoming History; Wyoming State Archives; Sue Castaneda; Mark Junge; Wyoming's Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources; Wyoming Humanities Council
Downloads: 20
[audio]Governor Geringer Part 1 - Sue Castaneda
A 10-part oral history of Wyoming's former governor Jim Geringer (1995-2003). In part 1, Geringer describes his family's German heritage and his upbringing in Wheatland, Wyoming. Interviewed by historian Mark Junge, produced by Sue Castaneda for the Wyoming State Archives (Wyoming's Dept. of State Parks and Cultural Resources) and funded courtesy of the Wyoming Humanities Council.
Keywords: Jim Geringer; James Geringer; Governor Jim Geringer; Wyoming Governors; Sue Castaneda; Mark Junge; Wyoming State Archives; Wyoming History
Downloads: 11
[audio]My Italian Heritage - Remembrances of Larry Birleffi Growing Up in Hartville, Wyoming - Sue Castaneda
Larry Birleffi, the original "Voice of the Wyoming Cowboys," remembers his Italian heritage growing up in Hartville, Wyoming. He is interviewed by Mark Junge for the Wyoming State Archives
Keywords: Wyoming State Archives; Wyoming History; Larry Birleffi; Hartville-Wyoming; Sunrise Mines; mining towns; Italian heritage; Sunrise-Wyoming; Mark Junge; Sue Castaneda
Downloads: 20
[audio]Margaret Laybourn Oral History - Part 1 - Sue Castaneda
Margaret Laybourn, a longtime native of Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Keywords: Margaret Laybourn; Bob Laybourn; Cheyenne Wyoming; Wyoming history; Mark Junge
Downloads: 21
[texts]Transcript - Oral History Interview Part 1 - Honorable Joseph B. "Joe" Meyer - Sue Castaneda
Corresponding transcript to oral history by the same title.
[texts]Kenny Sailors Jump Shot Hero Transcript - Sue Castaneda
Transcript to compliment oral history podcast by the same name. Produced by the Wyoming State Archives, the Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources.
Keywords: Ken Sailors; Kenny Sailors; basketball; jump shots; Jump Shot Hero; University of Wyoming; Cleveland Rebels; Chicago Stags; Philadelphia Warriors; Providence Steamrollers; Denver Nuggets; Boston Celtics; Baltimore Bullets; Wyoming Cowboys; Mark Junge; Wyoming State Archives; Sue Castaneda
Downloads: 78
[audio]Honorable Joseph Meyer - Wyoming State Treasurer Memorial Service - Wyoming Governor Matthew H. Mead - Sue Castaneda
Joseph "Joe" Meyer was born April 22, 1941 to Mel and LeOna Meyer in Casper, Wyoming. He graduated from Natrona County High School and attended the University of Wyoming earning an undergraduate degree in math and chemistry and his Juris Doctorate from the College of Law. He was his family's fist generation college graduate. While in college, he met his future wife, Mary Orr, a Sheridan native. They were married on September, 3, 1966 in Sheridan...
Keywords: Joseph Meyer; Joe Meyer; State Treasurer Joe Meyer; State Treasurer; Wyoming history; Wyoming State Government; Wyoming State Archives; Governor Matthew H. Mead; Governor Matt Mead; Wyoming Governors; Jimmy Orr
Downloads: 14
[audio]Thyra Godfrey Thomson Memorial Service - Sue Castaneda
Republican Thyra Thomson served as Wyoming's Secretary of State from 1963 to 1987, when she decided to retire from public life. While serving as Secretary of State, Mrs. Thomson witnessed the continuing presence of gender discrimination in the Equality State, and became a fierce advocate for equal rights. She passed away June 12, 2013. 
Keywords: Wyoming history; Thyra Thomson; Secretary of State Thyra Thomson
Downloads: 9
[audio]Governor/Senator Cliff Hansen --No Problem is Insurmountable - Sue Castaneda
As the King's Speech wins Best Picture of 2011, this from the soundfiles of the Wyoming State Archives. Former Governor and Senator Cliff Hansen -who is also notably the grandfather of current Wyoming Governor Matt Mead -- was sent home by his teacher as a young boy with a note that said he was "uneducable." Why? Because he stuttered. Undeterred, his parents young Hansen help through Ben Bogue-Founder of the Bogue Institute for Stammerers...
Keywords: King's Speech; Governor Matt Mead; Governor Cliff Hansen; stuttering; stammering; Wyoming History; Wyoming State Archives; wyoming politics; succeeding; overcoming adversity
Downloads: 8
[unknown]Gerry Spence Oral History Interview Transcript - Sue Castaneda
A transcript of the interview with Attorney Gerry Spence. He is interviewed by Wyoming Historian Mark Junge in 1991 for Junge's book "The Wind is My Witness" published in 1997.
Keywords: Gerry Spence; Spence; Mark Junge; Wyoming State Archives; Wyoming's Department of Arts; Parks; History
Downloads: 10
[audio]Governor MIke Sullivan Part 3 - Sue Castaneda
Michael John Sullivan, known as Mike Sullivan (born September 22, 1939, in Omaha, Nebraska) was the 29th Governor of Wyoming, having served from 1987â1995. His father, J. B. Sullivan, moved the family to Douglas, to open a law practice. Mike Sullivan graduated from Douglas High School as the class salutatorian. He continued his education at the University of Wyoming in Laramie, where he earned a bachelor's degree in petroleum engineering and then a law degree...
Keywords: Mike Sullivan; Governor Sullivan; Governor Mike Sullivan; Jane Sullivan; Wyoming governors; Wyoming history; Wyoming State Archives; Mark Junge
Downloads: 8
[audio]Cokeville Elementary School Bombing - Carol Petersen - Sue Castaneda
On May 16, 1986, a time when terrorism was almost unknown on U.S. soil, David and Doris Young entered the elementary school in the tiny rural town of Cokeville, Wyoming with guns and a homemade bomb. They took everyone in the school hostage and demanded a ransom of more than three hundred million dollars. As the afternoon dragged on and the gas fumes from the bomb sickened the 154 people crammed into the small classroom, the teachers and other adults did their best to comfort and distract the ch...
Keywords: Cokeville; Wyoming; Cokeville Elementary School Bombing; Cokeville; Carol Petersen; miracles; David Young; Doris Young; Wyoming history; Wyoming State Archives; Mark Junge; Sue Castaneda
Downloads: 31
[audio]28th Annual Governor's Arts Awards - Governor Dave Freudenthal Address - Sue Castaneda
Governor Dave Freudenthal addresses the attendees of the Wyoming Arts Council's 28th Annual Governor's Arts Awards.
Keywords: Governor Dave Freudenthal; Governor Freudenthal; Wyoming Arts Council; Wyoming Governors; 28th Annual Governor's Arts Awards; Sue Castaneda
Downloads: 25
[texts]Transcript Dr. Michael C. Robinson - Black 14 - Sue Castaneda
On Oct. 17, 1969, the 14 African- American players on the University of Wyoming's then-undefeated football team walked into coach Lloyd Eaton's office wearing black armbands. The team was preparing to play BYU at War Memorial the next day.  The players had a question. Could they wear black armbands in silent protest? The year before, in their victory at BYU, they said Cougars players taunted them with racial epithets...
Keywords: Dr. Michael C. Robinson; Mike Robinson; UW; University of Wyoming; the Black 14; University of Wyoming football; Corps of Engineers Mississippi River Commission; Bureau of Reclamation; Water for the West; American Public Works; BYU; Brigham Young University; Mormonism; LDS; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints; Mark Junge; Wyoming State Archives
Downloads: 6
[audio]Cokeville Elementary School Bombing - Glenna Walker - Sue Castaneda
On May 16, 1986, a time when terrorism was almost unknown on U.S. soil, David and Doris Young entered the elementary school in the tiny rural town of Cokeville, Wyoming with guns and a homemade bomb. They took everyone in the school hostage and demanded a ransom of more than three hundred million dollars. As the afternoon dragged on and the gas fumes from the bomb sickened the 154 people crammed into the small classroom, the teachers and other adults did their best to comfort and distract the ch...
Keywords: Cokeville; Wyoming; Cokeville Elementary School Bombing; Cokeville; Kevin Walker; Glenna Walker; miracles; David Young; Doris Young; Wyoming history; Wyoming State Archives; Mark Junge; Sue Castaneda
Downloads: 24
[audio]The Evolution of Gold Recovery Processes at the Carissa Mine - Sue Castaneda
October 2010 Wyoming State Museum Lecture Series featuring Jon Lane, Historic Curator of South Pass City. Wyoming State Museum and Wyoming State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails. www.artsparkshistory.com
Keywords: carissa mine; south pass city; jon lane; wyoming history; wyoming mining; gold rush; wyoming state museum
Downloads: 144
[audio]Elizabeth Tolerton Part 3 - Sue Castaneda
Part 3 of a 1989 interview with Elizabeth Tolerton -- a longtime dance instructor -- in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Keywords: Elizabeth Tolerton; Wyoming history; Wyoming State Archives
[texts]Transcript Interview Of Judge Barrett Black 14 Interview - Sue Castaneda
It has been four decades since 14 African-American players were kicked off the University of Wyoming football team after requesting to wear black armbands during a game against Brigham Young University in protest of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' ban on African-American followers becoming priests. In this oral history with Judge James Barrett, who was then Wyoming's Attorney General, Barrett shares his recollections and thoughts on the event...
Keywords: Black 14; University of Wyoming; Wyoming Cowboys; LDS; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints; racial discrimination; african-americans; lloyd eaton; judge james barrett; wyoming history; wyoming state archives; mark junge
Downloads: 2
[audio]B & B Rock Springs Ray Lorenzon Part 1 - Sue Castaneda
The 1970's Boom and Bust of Rock Springs, Wyoming featuring recollections of Ray Lorenzon, former owner of the ToastMaster Bar. Part of a series produced by the Sue Castaneda for the Wyoming State Archives. The interviewer is Wyoming historian Mark Junge. The project was funded by the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund
Keywords: Rock Springs; Wyoming; Boom and Bust; Wyoming history; Ray Lorenzon; Ray Lynn Job; Mark Junge
Downloads: 2
[audio]The History of Military Sites in Wyoming - Mark Miller - Sue Castaneda
The history of military sites in Wyoming is the focus of this Wyoming State Museum lecture and focues on the years 1700-1920. Wyoming State Archaeologist Mark Miller provides a brief survey of sites in Wyoming that contain archaeological and historical evidence of the preparation for or execution of armed aggression in warfare. The sites date from the early introduction of the horse and gun into Native American cultures during the Proto-historic period, about 1700 A.D., and continue through the ...
Keywords: Wyoming State Museum; Arts Parks History; Wyoming history; Wyoming archaeology; Wyoming military history; Mark Miller; Wyoming archaeological sites; Sue Castaneda
Downloads: 52
[audio]Cokeville Elementary School Bombing - Russell Birch Interview - Sue Castaneda
On May 16, 1986, a time when terrorism was almost unknown on U.S. soil, David and Doris Young entered the elementary school in the tiny rural town of Cokeville, Wyoming with guns and a homemade bomb. They took everyone in the school hostage and demanded a ransom of more than three hundred million dollars. As the afternoon dragged on and the gas fumes from the bomb sickened the 154 people crammed into the small classroom, the teachers and other adults did their best to comfort and distract the ch...
Keywords: Russell Birch; Russ Birch; Cokeville; Wyoming; Cokeville Elementary School Bombing; Cokeville; miracles; David Young; Doris Young; Wyoming history; Wyoming State Archives; Mark Junge; Sue Castaneda
Downloads: 14
[audio]Larry Birleffi - The Black 14 - Sue Castaneda
It has been four decades since 14 African-American players were kicked off the University of Wyoming football team after requesting to wear black armbands during a game against Brigham Young University in protest of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' ban on African-American followers becoming priests. In this abbreviated interview with Wyoming sportscaster, Larry Birleffi -- Voice of the Wyoming Cowboy, Birleffi shares his thoughts and recollection on the subject...
Keywords: Black 14; University of Wyoming; Wyoming Cowboys; LDS; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints; racial discrimination; african-americans; Larry Birleffi; Voice of the Wyoming Cowboys; Wyoming sports; wyoming history; wyoming state archives; mark junge; sue castaneda
Downloads: 45
[audio]Margaret Laybourn Oral History - Part 2 - Sue Castaneda
Margaret Laybourn, a longtime native of Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Keywords: Margaret Laybourn; Bob Laybourn; Cheyenne Wyoming; Wyoming history; Mark Junge
Downloads: 8
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